Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam holds a map of South Dade showing the radius of where the screwworm control efforts will take place.
Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam holds a map of South Dade showing the radius of where the screwworm control efforts will take place. Miami Herald Staff MONIQUE O. MADAN
Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam holds a map of South Dade showing the radius of where the screwworm control efforts will take place. Miami Herald Staff MONIQUE O. MADAN

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